Inspired by Michelin and building on the former Michelin Challenge Bibendum created in 1998, Movin’On has been expanding over the years as a genuine co-innovative, inclusive “ecosystem” that serves as a catalyst and mobilizer for policy makers (at national but also local levels, including cities) and business leaders (both from major companies and from startups), academia, NGOs, etc. to explore new and actionable solutions to the global challenges defining the future of mobility. This MO Ecosystem encompasses an annual event (MOSummit) and a permanent “Think & Do tank” (MOLab).
Edition after edition, the Movin’On Summit (next edition scheduled for June, 2-5 2020 in Montreal) has become the global leading sustainable mobility event, a well-recognized and established global summit for sustainable mobility which takes place each year in Montreal, Canada. The latest edition of the Movin’On Summit hosted around 5,000 visionaries from 44 countries across the world June, 4-6 2019.Gathering over 150 partners and 40 cities, the Movin’On Summit strengthened its position as a catalyst and mobilizer for sustainable mobility.
During the latest edition in 2019, MO established connections with major international public ecosystems (like SuM4All, the World Bank initiative towards sustainable mobility, or the UNSG Climate Action Summit scheduled in September in New York) as.a place to structure collaborative dialogue and accelerate action
The Movin’On Lab is an innovative and collaborative “Think and Do” tank aiming at promoting better life through sustainable mobility.
The Movin’On LAB is already established in both Europe and North America and has been engaging with over 300 companies in the last 3 years through Communities of interest (CoI). Those CoIs are the occasion to gather actors from academia, politics, cities and business around sustainable mobility topics that they chose and that want to dig into.
Designed as the motor to feed the Movin’On Summit, the Movin’On Lab serves to keep the spirit of the ecosystem alive throughout the year.